A Look Inside the Olympians Breaking Records this Year

The photos, videos and broadcasts now emerging from Rio show us the full range of human emotion. Pure joy, crushing despair, and unprecedented achievements are being captured and beamed to us [...]

How to bring early-stage research out of the lab and into the world

At universities all over the world, early-stage research often just sits in the lab—and that’s a missed opportunity. In the Life Sciences field, promising technologies are sometimes abandoned long before they [...]

Weekend Pulse: T-Cell the superhero, predictions for Africa, and millenials

This week in health, science and tech: the tiny superheroes facing down our most fearsome villain, millennials upending stereotypes to transform global healthcare, and why the Zika epidemic could end in [...]

T-CELL: The tiny superhero feared by the worst villain of all

Part human, his super power lets him instantly identify the villains he’s been sent after from the good guys who must remain untouched. He slips around the first of them, undetected.  [...]

The Weekend Pulse: 7.4 billion cures for cancer, a solar farm for MRIs and personalized medicine progress

This week in health, science and tech: why cell therapy might no longer be DIY, how an MRI factory is using the power of the sun to make life-saving devices while helping [...]

There isn’t A cure for cancer. There are 7.4 billion.*

Recent news could massively scale the burgeoning field of personalized medicine and with it the world’s life-saving treatments. DIY is all the rage for Pinterest users and crafty hipsters, among whom [...]

Teamwork, Commitment and Plenty of Sunlight Make Greener MRIs

It takes a lot of energy to make an MRI scanner. But in Florence, South Carolina, an MRI factory is using the power of the sun to make life-saving devices while [...]

The Weekend Pulse: Wonder-Materials, Pre-fab Factories, and Finding Answers for Dementia

This week in health, science and tech: the ‘factory-in-a-box’ that found fame, a vast reserve of Helium that was found in Tanzania, SPECT scanners catching up with the 21st Century and the [...]
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